A computer animation combined with live video, it depicts three runners followed by a camera down a foggy street in a small German village. To virtualize it, the author has moved the vanishing point to the closest possible position next to the viewpoint. The further the object is from the viewer, the larger it appears and vice versa. You can notice this effect on the runners too. Their size is the same, a reference point on this inverted image.
- Tamàs Waliczky (Hungary) Animator, painter and computer animator, he was artist-in-residence at the ZKM (Center for Art and Media) of Karlsruhe (Germany) and now a member of the staff of its Institute for Visual Media. He has won innumerable awards since 1986 in Budapest, Linz, Paris, Monte-Carlo, Locarno, Berlin and London, including First Prize at Electronie d’Arte e Altre Scritture (1994) in Italy. His works are in various public collections, including the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris and the Scan Video Gallery, Tokyo. (See Artintact 1+2)